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Sara Ali Khan, Janhvi Kapoor Get Eyes Rolling With Their Salwar kameez Look - Pics Inside

Sara Ali Khan, Janhvi Kapoor Get Eyes Rolling With Their Salwar kameez Look - Pics Inside

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  7 July 2019 10:20 AM GMT

Not only in the on-screen but also in off-screen, Janhvi Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan slay the salwar kameez look, setting a design statement that the new age may somehow or another consider 'past'. Patialas and palazzos may come and go, however, there's something evergreen about salwars, state style experts.

The Co-founder of Tjori, Mansi Gupta, says the salwar has been changed over ages to suit the requirements of women.

"The basic salwar was first made into the Patiala salwar, later they were made as dhoti salwar and then harem salwar or palazzo salwar...all these alterations to remain in the most popular trend pattern. However, it is a progressively organized piece of clothing that will never go out of fashion.

"Ask the normal Indian ladies what might be their go-to outfit when they need to go out or remain at home, I can guarantee the greater part of them will say a straightforward salwar kameez. The salwar is one of the very few Indian garments that hasn’t lost its ethnic value, and are forever,” Gupta told to the media.

In a most recent on-screen stretch, Sayani Gupta has been seen wearing salwars in Article 15. As Bollywood big names have a significant impact on driving the mass style story in the nation, who realizes the classic salwar may start to be seen more frequently.

Design Head, W, Sreyashee Halder stated: "The comeback of salwars is unavoidable - we would already be able to see it turning into a hot most loved with designer and in the new age, the salwar will take a reestablished structure. We will see varieties and developments in that silhouette.

"Like in every style cycle - outlines and patterns return - this pattern has additionally started its voyage back as it will be a reviving change to the tight-fitted churidar. It likewise has its upsides and downsides and an amazingly agreeable silhouette."

She, in any case, feels that not at all like a churidar which makes one look thin and tall, this outline isn't as complimenting. So, "salwars will be back however may not remain for forever", she said.

Natascha Tate, In-house Stylist, LimeRoad, says it is the straightforwardness to convey the clothing that makes it a perfect choice in summer and autumn. "It tends to be worn to the office just as makes for a cool brunch outing or a casual catch up with friends.”

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